Schwab to Miss Mosport
Performance Tech Motorsports will run one man down for the upcoming IMSA Prototype Challenge Presented by Mazda event at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Driver Wyatt Schwab suffered a broken left hand after an accident while boating. Schwab has restrained use of his hand due to the cast he will sport over the next few weeks. The injury won't keep him down for long, but he will need the break to recover before hopping back into his No. 18 Remedia International Inc. MPC.
Performance Tech Motorsports hopes to see a speedy recovery for 17-year-old Schwab. If his lap times are of any indication, Schwab will be back fighting for a win in no time. Team Principal Brent O'Neill will ensure Schwab's fighting spirit is missed.
"You hate for anything bad to happen during a season or at all," O'Neill said. "Accidents happen though, and you can't account for all of them. He's a young guy, Wyatt will bounce back in no time. I'm sure he'll put in the work on his sim and be ready for a fight at VIR. We all wish him well and will be happy to see him back in the No. 18 soon."
Performance Tech Motorsports will take a lineup of six cars to Canadian Tire Motorsports Park for Round 4 of the IMSA Prototype Challenge Presented by Mazda series. Dr. Robert Masson is currently leading the Mazda Prototype Challenge class and will return to widen his points gap. Steven Dawes and Howard Jacobs join Masson in the MPC class. Cameron Cassels is joined in the LMP3 class by the Charles Wicht Racing/Performance Tech Motorsports entry with Leo Lamellas.
The race weekend takes place July 5-7 in Bowmanville, Ontario. The prototype challenge series is hosted by the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship once again after a two-month hiatus. James French and Kyle Masson will debut the No. 38 Centinel Spine/ Restitute Health Prototype to Canadian fans for the first time. For a detailed schedule visit http:/imsa.com.ns for the first time. For a detailed schedule visit http:/imsa.com.